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Billy Graham
Gratitude is one of the greatest Christian virtues; ingratitude, one of the most vicious sins.
Billy Graham
cannot come to Christ unless the Holy Spirit convicts us of our sin.
Billy Graham
The Bible does not teach that sin is completely eradicated from the Christian in this life, but it does teach that sin shall no longer reign over you.
Billy Graham
It would be the greatest tragedy if I didn’t tell you that unless you repent of your sins and receive Christ as your Savior, you are going to be lost.
Billy Graham
Sin lies at the heart of chaotic world conditions as we now know them and as they have existed through the centuries.
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Billy Graham
Sin pierced the very heart of God. God felt every piercing nail and spear thrust. God felt the burning sun. God felt the mocking derision and the body blows.
Billy Graham
Sin has progressed and gained momentum; [man] seems to have lost his ability to be shocked. Behavior that was once considered abominable is now acceptable.
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Billy Graham
I believe a Christian can sin, but he does not have to. God never would have told us to reject evil acts if in point of fact we could not help but do them.
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Billy Graham
If God were to eradicate all evil from this planet, He would have to eradicate all evil men. Who would be exempt? “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” [Romans 3:23 NIV]. God would rather transform the evil man than eradicate him.
Billy Graham
The only sin God cannot forgive is the sin of rejecting Christ. Turn to Him in repentance and faith—and He will forgive.
Billy Graham
The tragedy of sin reached its crescendo when God in Christ became sin . . .He was offering Himself as the sacrifice required by the justice of God if man was to be redeemed.
Billy Graham
The Bible teaches that whosoever is born of God does not practice sin.
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Billy Graham
[Christ’s] goodness is still a rebuke to our badness; His purity still shows up our impurities; His sinlessness still reveals our sinfulness; and unless we allow [Jesus] to destroy the evil within us, the evil within us still wants to destroy Him. This is the conflict of the ages.
Billy Graham
Man seeks to excuse himself of sin, but God seeks to convict him of it and to save him from it. Sin is no amusing toy—it is a terror to be shunned! Learn, then, what constitutes sin in the eyes of God!
Billy Graham
We do not have a paradise on earth; it is riddled with so much sin and disease.
Billy Graham
When we use the word “sin,” we usually think of our misdeeds—actions or habits we know are wrong. But those are specific sins, and they are the result of sin, the deeper spiritual disease that infects our souls. Sin is the cause; sins are the effect. Sin is the tree; sins are the fruit. Sin is the disease; sins are the symptoms.
Billy Graham
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is not anti-intellectual. It demands the use of [the] mind, but the mind is affected by sin.
Billy Graham
Neither the devil nor the world, nor even our own evil heart can compel us to sin. It must be by our own consent and will.
Billy Graham
God can break the chain of every sin that binds you if you are willing to give it up. He comes into your heart and gives you power to overcome sin.
Billy Graham
Sin is often, if not always, the perversion of something good. In the midst of all our sinning, though, God is willing to forgive us, change us, and give us a new power to overcome that sin.

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